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be deferred. lyndon johnson: this is the richest and the most powerful country... dennis: what happens when you combine arrogance with incompetence? you get obamacare despite the touted improvements the government can still not get its act together now a senior fellow at the manhattan institute jury says with the latest. it was part of bush saying mission accomplished but now they are doing a barnstorming tour sagan has spent fixed senate the standard is very low so that the vast majority can get on it if amazon says one out of five gs away is a catastrophic failure so back end problems they still have not even built 30 or 40 percent of the web site that pays ensure so that people cannot access coverage and they already had problems up fro once they put up the other it is all kinds of problems to beckett has not been a creative level on tested. dennis: obamacare errors have found wide and 10 days transferor's even though the progress report says " although there is more work to be dyed the private sector velocity and the effectiveness. >> it is terrible. those forms are critical information
. all five of them had microsoft, johnson & johnson, four of them had wells fargo and pfizer. the point is, this person is thinking he is diversified. this happens so much. they have these big valley famif mutual funds and all these different names and new america fund and mount everest fund. they all have the same stocks. lori: seriously, the stock market is on a tear. so how does that the question to ask this climate where investors are managers charging higher fees. charles: i would rather know how well a fund is diversified, how well the manager has done. paying low fees and a mediocre fund gives the mediocre returns. while the fees are important, unless it is a hedge fund. there are so many out there. hedge funds charging 2% to manage it, 20% of profits. underperforming the market huge, big time this year like 5 million miles for people who have given money to hedge funds have gotten a raw end of the deal. make sure you really differs a five. adam: don't miss liz claman's interview with david novak. ceo and chairman on "countdown to the closing bell." taking place today on the fox
and johnson's fault. if you look at mike allman who is making a heroic effort to save the company. he's doing everything he can and i wish him the best of luck there, he's put a decent bit of his own money in the company as well, i believe a million dollars of his own money and he is he's clearly doing everything he can, and i fair it's too late. you look what we've seen in the last couple months. we've seen some marginal improvement, well, marginal improvement in october, great improvement in november look at the comp. a year ago the company was, company sales were in freefall and those comps, better year over year are still way below two years ago, so, we'll see what happens here, but i think it's too little, too late. stuart: charles, does this fit into one of the themes of the programs, which is there's a rush to on-line retailing and floor traffic in the brooks and mortar stores is just not there like it used to be? in if a kt-- in fact, it's declining. does this fit the pattern, at least one of the big names in retailing goes out in part because of on-line selling? >> well, i think it d
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regulations and nearly 40% increase in the minimum wage. johnson declared a war on poverty, federal spending u up 11,000%, up 110 fold. as a percentage of the budget quadruple to 16%. and for all those billions it has gone down three full percentage points. it would fix poverty if on the government would get out of the way. should our president stop worrying and focus on fixing obamacare? cheryl: some good news for the economy, but bad news, we will break down all the major data coming out and what you need to know. dennis: a storm coming, the latest from the weather center next. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctanto try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not havi branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd like that. a new way to bank. a better way to save. ally bank. your money ndsn ally. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r on
impeached. president clinton, president nixon and president johnson. so i add ad 3% bogey going from seven% to 10% because of incredible polarization taking place in the country itself. we know leadership is all about credibility. as a matter of fact the most recent poll that just came out only 54% of all americans,,3 excuse me, 54% of americans do not think the president is credible. the president was reelected on his likability and credibilitiness and that is quickly being dissipated. i also readily acknowledge most analysts will not remotely comment about politics just because of that we don't want to alienate potential clients and the like, but in my view not commenting about politics is equivalent to ignoring interest interest earnings and interest rates. >> your analysis is interesting. i want to say with all due respect, one in 10 chance sounds insane. if i knew there was one in 10 chance getting hit by a car i wouldn't walk across the street. that is more theoretical possibility. you're saying a guy who won a landslide election that face it as bad as obamacare is for a lot of peopl
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